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After launching on Comcast's Xfinity On Demand earlier this year, Kidstream has expanded its US reach with a premiere on Amazon Channels.

kidstream 3 dec 2017The channel's advertising-free curated library of top-rated kids' shows include Molang, The Adventures of Napkin Man, Zerby Derby, Science Max!, My BIG BIG Friend and Louie.

"Amazon Channels provides a fantastic new and convenient way for US families to access Kidstream," said Dean Koocher, co-founder of Kidstream and its parent company, Brandvida. “Moms and dads want the best for their kids, and that includes safe, high-quality entertainment options. There are so many wonderful kids shows being produced around the world, and brilliant people behind them. We are proud to team up with Amazon to provide broader access to Kidstream's independently produced children's series that have been globally acclaimed by kids, parents and critics alike."

Kidstream's library is consistently refreshed, and it recently added three new series: Scout & the Gumboot Kids, Balloon Barnyard and Bushwacked! The channel will also debut its first feature film, Walter & Tandoori's Christmas, this month.

A subscription to Kidstream costs $4.99 per month, providing Amazon Prime members with unlimited, advertising-free access to shows at home, online and on mobile devices.